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If you are remodeling your home, our licensed contractors provide a number of remodeling services including drywall, tile work, cabinetry, and roofing. We also specialize in plumbing repairs, including locating and repairing water leaks, drain cleaning, and water heater replacement. Our HVAC services include installation and repair, gas line replacement, and refrigeration. Cleanliness is an important part of home and business maintenance as well, so we offer commercial and residential carpet cleaning.

12/26/2019

Installing a low-flow showerhead in your home can save 2,300 gallons of water a year. Don't worry about low water pressure, either. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved "WaterSense" showerheads are designed with water savings -- and comfort -- in mind.

12/24/2019

Why hire a pro? Because we know plumbing. For example, the cement used for CPVC pipe fittings can be affected by rain and high humidity levels, which is why we make sure the cement is fully set before water enters the system.

12/19/2019

If you’re the type of person who’s always looking for ways to conserve water, be sure to call us as soon as you notice a leak. While those dripping faucets may be annoying in the middle of the night, the water they waste can really add up too.

12/17/2019

The sewer systems in ancient Rome consisted of covered pipes and intermittent open collection points that ran alongside the streets. Reports indicate the system was only partially effective, but nonetheless, it remained relatively unimproved and in use until the 1840s.

12/12/2019

In ancient Rome, there one minor god or another presided over most of life's activities. Care to guess the name of the Roman toilet god? According to historical French literature, which may or may not be completely accurate, that god was Crepitus.

12/10/2019

Regular grease trap cleaning and emptying will help keep your grease trap working for a long time, but the grease can eventually get so built up that it needs to be replaced. Don’t worry. A commercial plumbing pro can install a new grease trap quickly.

12/05/2019

Worried that you have a water leak? Sagging and cracked flooring as well as mildew and mold in the bathroom or kitchen are good signs that a leak is present!

12/03/2019

While the typical clean bathroom won’t do much to impress visitors to your building, a bathroom with upgraded plumbing fixtures will. Let’s talk about the simply changes we can help you make to further improve the impression your office makes on clients.

11/28/2019

CPVC pipe offers significant plumbing installation advantages. When compared with PVC pipe, it’s stronger, more flexible, non-toxic, and more heat-resistant. When compared with copper, it’s lighter, less expensive, easier to install, and able to keep water hotter over longer distances.

11/26/2019

Your toilet breaking down doesn't mean you have to revert to the days of chamber pots and outhouses. Our experts can handle your plumbing needs quickly.

11/21/2019

We recognize that renovating your office buildings can create significant lags in employee efficiency and productivity. When your employees must work in the building while we install new plumbing, we’re always happy to work with you to create a schedule that will create the least inconvenience to your business.

11/19/2019

We realize that few things are more frustrating when you’re looking forward to a hot shower than having freezing water pelt your face. If you need a hot water heater that can outlast your family’s water needs, we may be able to help.

11/14/2019

A variety of terms is used to describe the branching system of underground sanitary sewer pipes common in most US cities today. This configuration may be referred to as a building lateral, house lateral, HCS (house connection sewer), or sewer lateral system.

11/12/2019

There are obvious signs that there may be corrosion in your plumbing system, including unexplained discolored water coming out of your faucet. We can inspect your pipes and do the contractor work necessary to ensure that you don’t endure expensive water damage in your home.

11/07/2019

PEX pipe offers a range of advantages for commercial buildings. Once the pipe is installed, it can be air-tested at normal operating pressures, which allows us to identify any potential leaks before water is introduced into the system.

11/05/2019

Your toilet has a rooftop vent because it needs air to function properly. If you hear gurgling or sucking sounds coming from the sink or tub, there may be a clog in this vent. Call us to clear it.

10/31/2019

The first US sewer pipe manufacturer began producing hexagonal clay pipe in 1849. Initially, the pipe was produced in unglazed two-foot lengths. But by 1880, glazed piping began to be used because it was more resistant to clogging and freeze-thaw cycles.

10/29/2019

Not sure how often you need to have your drain pipes cleaned? This will depend heavily on the size of your household. In general, homes with smaller children need drain cleaning services more often, as odds are that things will make it into your system that shouldn’t be there.

10/24/2019

There is a significant difference between commercial and residential plumbing installation, even for the smallest of commercial structures. We understand these differences, installing and calibrating every aspect of the plumbing system to ensure it works correctly and can meet the demands placed on it.

10/22/2019

Powerful massage showerheads may give you some of the most relaxing showers you’ve ever had, but they also give you some of the highest water bills you’ve ever had. Remember, high-pressure showerheads use more water per minute and can really rack up water usage if you aren’t careful about how long you shower.

10/17/2019

In many building operations, heating systems that use commercial-grade boilers need to be integrated with the water systems. Our team of professionals can recommend the correctly sized boiler based on the projected building use so that it functions properly without comprising water pressure in the rest of the structure.

10/15/2019

Nearly 20 percent of your yearly utility bill is generated by the water heater in your home, and new technology that lowers the operating cost of water heaters has many homeowners considering switching out older water heaters for newer, more energy-efficient models like hybrid and tankless heaters.

10/10/2019

A customer will judge your business by his or her entire experience while he or she there, and that includes his or her time in the bathroom. While the design of the bathroom is up to you, you can count on a commercial plumber to help give you a plumbing system that will always work.

10/08/2019

The Romans are famous for developing their aqueducts and plumbing, so famous that the word "plumbing" still bears their mark. The Romans used lead, which they called "plumbum," for many reasons, including their pipes. During the Middle Ages, anyone who worked with lead was a plumber, even if it didn't involve pipes.

10/03/2019

We understand that restaurants and other food service establishments have a unique set of needs when it comes to plumbing. In particular, solid waste interceptors and grease traps need to meet local codes as well as provide superior performance.

10/01/2019

You may think indoor plumbing first became popular during the 19th century, but that's not the case. Convenient plumbing is much older than that. Both the ancient Egyptians and Greeks had running water indoors.

09/26/2019

So what are threaded pipes when it comes to plumbing systems? These are metal pipes with a tapered “female” iron pipe thread. They can be connected to just about any type of plumbing pipe by using adapters that screw in and provide the correct fitting.

09/24/2019

Remember to always repair a leaking toilet as soon as possible. A toilet leak can create almost 50% more water usage and cost you a lot more money on your next water bill!

09/19/2019

In 1857, Strickland Kreass, chief engineer for Philadelphia, advocated for the creation of a “lateral” system to channel waste from commercial buildings and houses to larger sewer drain pipes. This system was one of the earliest of its kind in the US.

09/17/2019

When we get hired to do a job, we do everything we can to make sure the job gets done right. We’ll even throw the kitchen sink at it, unless it’s the kitchen sink that we’re fixing. Call us today for any questions you may have about your plumbing.

09/12/2019

When it comes to sinks, stainless steel is a superior material for commercial applications, as it does not crack, chip, or discolor like other materials do. Stainless steel is also easy to clean and sanitize, making it ideal for use in kitchens.

09/10/2019

Are you fed up of having to lug your laundry around to town because you don’t have a washing machine line? Let us show you how affordable it can be to install the necessary water lines.

09/05/2019

If you want quiet plumbing in your commercial building, choose PEX pipe. Pressure and temperature changes can make copper pipes clang or chatter. PEX pipe is flexible and resilient, with a smooth inner surface, so it delivers water without the sound effects.

09/03/2019

Do you know how to prevent your garbage disposal drain from clogging? Periodically run cold water, and put ice cubes or citrus rinds in the grind chamber. Some larger models can even grind small bones and fruit pits, which keep the grate clean.

08/29/2019

As much as 80 percent of new commercial buildings use PEX plumbing pipe. Why? Unlike CPVC or copper, PEX can expand up to three times its original diameter without cracking or splitting, so it resists leaks from blockages, freezing, and pressure.

08/27/2019

Did you know that your washing machine could be a home flood waiting to happen? If you want to keep your floors dry, consider getting a special hose for the washing machine that won’t burst.

08/22/2019

A residential bathroom will usually have one to two sinks, one toilet, and either a shower or a bathtub. A commercial bathroom, on the other hand, can have a lot more fixtures that need to all run smoothly without causing problems, which is why it’s important to go with a commercial plumber.

08/20/2019

It’s said that a leaky faucet that drips once per second can waste more than eight gallons a day. Also, replacing an old shower head can save as many as seven-and-a-half gallons of water per minute without sacrificing full spray action at low or high water pressures.

08/15/2019

When was that last time you looked at your office or retail building and thought about the pipes? In most situations, these are carefully hidden from customers and clients, but don’t worry. A commercial plumber knows how to get to them when they need repairs.

08/13/2019

How can a hard water supply lead to a higher utility bill? The minerals in hard water - which is in the tap water of about 85 percent of homes in the country - can collect in your water heater, dishwasher, and other appliances. Your hot water heater becomes less efficient, which means it costs more to operate.

08/08/2019

LEED water efficiency credits are the responsibility of the plumbing engineer and contractor, who must be well informed of the fixtures available and how they can be properly used and installed to receive LEED points.

08/06/2019

Are you tired of that never-ending drip coming from the kitchen sink? Whether it’s just a loose pipe or something more serious, we can help with your plumbing needs.

08/01/2019

Some building owners prefer copper for plumbing upgrades and retrofits. Why? Through experience they know copper pipe is extremely reliable and long-lasting, and should they decide to sell, buyers tend to view it as an indication of overall quality.

07/30/2019

The first fire sprinkler system was invented by a British man named Sir William Congreve. He perforated pipes along the ceiling and installed a valve outside the building that could be opened to send water through them.

07/25/2019

We recognize how difficult it can be to find commercial real estate that meets all your needs without exploding your budget. Remember, even if you can’t find a property that already has all the plumbing you want in the break room, we may be able to help you install everything you need to make the space truly your own.

Address

2001 1st St
Alamogordo, NM
88310

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(575) 437-4790

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